NEOCONS SARIN GAS LIES ABOUT ASSAD CRUMBLES UNDER UN SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION!
Seymour Hersh, Investigative reporter learned from his well-placed sources that inside the U.S. intelligence community suspicion had shifted toward rebel extremists working with hardliners in Turkish intelligence doing the Sarin Attack(s).
Over the past year the Sarin case against Assad crumbled with a UN Scientist report finding Sarin on only one rocket that had a maximum range of of around 1 mile, meaning Syrian army could not have fired it since their base is 5.5 Miles away.
NYT + WaPo + IGNATIUS + OTHER NEOCONS WERE IN ON THE LIES!
THE NEOCON FABRICATION: In late summer 2013, NEOCONS and Official Washington was rushing to the judgment that the “evil” Syrian Assad had launched a barrage of missiles tipped with Sarin gas to slaughter hundreds of civilians in rebel-held neighborhoods near Damascus. Ignatius wrote a week after the Sarin incident, “Unfortunately, we’re finding that out in Syria and other nations where leaders have concluded they can defy a war-weary United States without paying a price.”
FACT: Only a few of us raising questions about Official Washington’s Sarin-attack NEOCON “group think” = Because it made no sense for Assad to invited UN inspectors into Syria and then launch a major Sarin attack just miles from where the inspectors were unpacking at their hotel.
FACT: Robert Parry was hearing from inside U.S. intelligence that some CIA analysts doubted the wildly inflated high number of Sarin-laden rockets.
FACT: Even now after UN Scientific evidence show the rebels did the one attack — NYT + WaPo still report as fact that Assad did the one Sarin attack — Refusing to admit their errors.
Afer ISIS(L) rose up massacring captives and beheading American and British hostages, it no longer seemed so far-fetched that ISIS(L)-type groups would obtain and use Sarin via Turkey Intelligence as Hersh had reported — Killing innocents hoping Assad would be blamed with the goal of getting the U.S. military to devastate Assad’s army and clear a path for a rebel victory begins to make sense.
Obama should wisely declassify the U.S. intelligence on the Sarin gas attack of Aug. 21, 2013, including the CIA analysts who doubted Assad’s responsibility. That information might shed substantial new light on how Turkish and Arab intelligence services and neocons — enabled the rise of ISIS(L).